Callimus (Callimus) angulatus (Schrank, 1789)
ssp. angulatus (Schrank, 1789)
[= Callimellum angulatum (Schrank, 1789)]

Subfamilia: CERAMBYCINAE  /  Tribus: HYBODERINI
Callimus angulatus angulatus
[Photo © Milan Lovětínský]

Callimus angulatus angulatus is developing in freshly dead wood of thinner branches of deciduous trees about 2-8 cm in diameter. The larva begins feeding under the bark and then continues into the wood. According to laboratory breeding, the development time is 1-2 years. Pupation in late summer or autumn, adults hatch after a few weeks and hibernate in the pupal cells. Adults emerge from late April to June and can be beaten from the branches/leaves of the host trees or found on flowers (Crataegus, Rosa, Apiaceae, etc.).

Body length:7 - 10 mm
Life cycle:1 - 2 years
Adults in:March - July
Host plant:polyphagous in deciduous trees (Quercus, Fagus, Carpinus, Fraxinus, Crataegus, Ficus, Zelkova, Ostrya)
Distribution:Algeria, Morocco, Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechia (Bohemia, Moravia), France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, North Macedonia, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Ukraine, Iran, Syria, Turkey


The depicted beetle was reared from larva found in a dead oak branch (Quercus robur) in Křivoklátsko Protected Landscape Area (Central Bohemia, Czechia).

Collected by Miroslav Polcar


Callimus angulatus angulatus
Callimus angulatus angulatus
Callimus angulatus angulatus
[Photo © Milan Lovětínský]


 
SubfamiliaCerambycinae Latreille, 1802
TribusHyboderini Linsley, 1940
GenusCallimus Mulsant, 1846
SubgenusCallimus Mulsant, 1846
SpeciesCallimus (Callimus) angulatus (Schrank, 1789)
SubspeciesCallimus (Callimus) angulatus angulatus (Schrank, 1789)